If the article you want is not free, it is offered as a pay-per-view option.
Once you start searching, you will begin to get an idea of the major journals that are publishing information about your topic.
If you are having trouble finding a copy of an article, one possibility is to contact the authors themselves.
An often more reliable way is to go through the press office of the authors’ university or hospital.
MEDLINE contains more than 15 million references from thousands of worldwide biomedical journals.
Pub Med is a great way to dive quickly into the scientific literature.
With the prevalence of the internet, some publications now post significant research findings as soon as they are available, before the journal comes out in print.
In general, finding published information begins with a search.
Since you are looking specifically for information about scientific research, there are more direct ways to find the articles you want than using internet search engines like Google or Yahoo.
Pub Med allows you to search MEDLINE, the National Library of Medicine’s database.